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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 June 1909

COT TO THE CAUSE I And Then All Symptom, of Kidney Trouble Vanished. K;;T J""""10"''8' 51T S "' "on Scott. KpniM.,; " W as operated ,jj on for "'one In the d- kidney but not cured rmf and some time after W feeling go bad HP ,hat ' knew there i v ; must be another Lmfc&fo.,. n,onp thHt otild yVjl li'1" to be cut out. W i jT ' 'lerl1d to try ,y.,. nan'B Kidney Pili and the kidney action Improved right away. Itrge quantities of sediment nnd stony particles passed from me ind finally the stone Itself, part dis solved, but still as big as a pea With It disappeared all symptoms of dlrzl ness, rheumatism and headaches I have gained about 50 pounds since and feel well and hearty." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y WOMAN'S WORTH. Wirey- -! gee by "this paper that a man In America sold his wife for a shilling. Hubby-Well, If she was a good one she was worth It. AGONIZING ITCHING. Eczema for a Year Got No Relief Even at Skin Hospital In Despair Until Cut...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 June 1909

r THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT I A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mnijr. ! Telephone No 52 Bntarad as saeand-claas matter February 17. IK, at Um pott oflea at Oarland. Utah, under tha Act of ConTr a of March 8. 187. Subscribers who fall to receive their paper regularly , please notify this office SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1009. Local Happenings. J. C. Wheelon went to Idaho Falls Wednesday. Mw. Dr. O. W. Green of .Ogden is the guest of Mrs. Dr. M. J. Francke. Mm. A. Murle returned Thursday evening from a trip to Salt Lake City. Joseph Jensen was in the county seat on business Thursday. Last Friday night a fine son was born to the wife of T. L. Snook, Mrs. Will Grover returned Sunday night from a trip to Farm ington. Wm. Preston went to Weston Thursday owing to the illness of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bingham of Owens Hotel, spent Sunday in Brigham City. Mrs. Martha Oorton of Lehi, mother of David Dorton, is in town on a visit. Luther B. Sasaer sold his home on Ingalls st. to ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

I J i THE GARLAND GLOBE I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR R1VKR VALLEY I Vol. 4. No 21. Published ot Uorland, Utoh. Saturday, Jnne 26, 1909 I Garland Wins Out. Metropolis of the Bear River Valley Lands the H e a d q u a rters of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company. An Interesting meeting of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. was held In this rity last Saturday. The most Im portant matter that came before the meeting was the selection of a suitable place In which to establish the head quarters of the Company. Brlgham, Tremont and Garland were all after the plum and a fight of ballots was waged. Garland won out by Brigham coming over to her and the metropolis of the Bear Itlver Valley landed the headqinir ters of this gigantic tlnanlcal orgauiza tlon. The meeting was then turned over to tho Bear River Valley Commerelal Club The arllclos of incorporation and the by laws of that organization were read and unanimously adopted. Tremont landed the homo o...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

(I The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (in advance) $1.5 Six montha 7fi Three months no Advertising rates furnished on ep pllcatton. J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS; The Itah Statf Dental society will hold IIr animal meeting In Logan, July 2 and .1. The union painters and paper hang ers of Halt l,ake city have gone on strike, objecting lo the use of the em plovers' "card or merit." A nine .win (1, ton ol Mr and Mrs. Thomas lonos of Weilsvllle was ! drowned in what Is known as the "Rig I'lnjk" at thai pine,. Sunday. I Prank Mangum, manager of the Oaks. In Ogdeu canyon, was seriously Injured on Sunday as the reeull of a runawHy, his skull being fractured and his collar bone broken. Itobert Patterson, i newspaper carrier, collided with an aulomobllc while delivering papers from his bicycle In Suit Ike City, his leg lie lug broken. Mrs. Sarah Kershaw, aged 80 years, one of the pioneer women r Weber county, died at...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

. 1 t0Hrl I A ROYAL CONNOISSEUR. I .Tamos B. Laughlln. a wealthy col- I lector of Pittsburg, recently dlscov- I ered a hoax In his nailery and com- I polled a dealer to refund the $9,500 I that haH been paid for a $:',0 work of 1 art- Mr. Laughlln, as this episode shows, I Is a connoisseur of no moan ability. I At a recent dinner he pointed out brll- llantly the limitations mid the shal- lowness of "court painters. " Then he I laughed and said: I "A movement was on foot for the I alliance of King Charles of Wurtom I berg and the Grand Duchess Olgn of Russia. An emissary of the Russian I coirt came to the young king, laid I certain proposals before him and sub E milted a portrait In oils of the royal I l:"lv "King Charles, after a close scru I tiny, said: " 'ThiB portrait flatters overmuch. The eyes are too large and brilliant, I the hair too abundant, the complexion too flower-like and the neck and arms I too beautiful altogether.' I " 'Hut, you majesty,' said the aston- I Ished Hus...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

I I 1 I! Modern Aerla w 1 1 Travel Causes m Mr rob I (Mils "nqp By MAJ. BADEN. POWELL " """N N f"iir years' lime wo may ! i lli - to M) thai flying is coni- III ",on- ' "'"', perliapn, still be looked iijon aa a venture 1 Konic practice, and among the general community may not be B35W -1 1 1 v mi cvcrv-ilnv experience, lint most well-to-do people MtfuEI will have inailr 11 trip, nnd inuny will own iniiiliirics and makr HBfcwBl 1 "Imoal J, ill- VJ(XI It is tlicn Hint new laws and regulations will have to lie fljk JSI adopted. 'I'lir "rule of the rond" in the ail must be settled, as SmmM "Is" the question as to whether international frontiers are to be respected, and if not whether universal free trade must result. Then cornea the subject of the ownership of the air above private property. Finally we must consider the means by which laws may be enforced and the registration and identification of aerial machine car ried out. Hitherto international frontiers have been fixed by natural d...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

( The Garland Globe Supplement. I V0L-4- GARLAND. UTAH. . 1L L i REVISED ORDINANCES OF THK - TOWN OF GARLAND, Box Elder County, State of Utah. WHEREAS, THE TOWN OF GARLAND. Box Elder County. State of Utah, has been duly Incorporated as a town In accordance with the laws of the State of Utah. In such cases made and provided, and, WHEREAS, In order to carry said Incorporation Into effect, and to de rive the benefit:., (hereof as contemplated by law, It Is necessary to have laws and ordinances for the government of said town, NOW, THEREFORE. Be It Ordained by the Board of Town Trustees of the said Town of Garland, Box Elder County. Utah, as follows, to-wlt: CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS. Section 1. Revised Ordinances Take Effect, When. This revision of MM ordinance:, of the Town of Garland. Utah, shall be known as the Re Vised Ordinance., and may be so cited or referred to, adding, when neces sary, chapter or section, and shall take effect after Us passage and due publication. Sec. 2. ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

Ing for same. He shall furthermore see that thr rules fee the government nf the Jail are carried Into effect. 8ec. 61. Nuisance. Report!. ' ne marshal shall cause to lr abated or removed suy nuisance found within the limits of the town. CHAPTER XIII SUPERVISOR OF STREETS. POLL TAX. Sex. 62. Office Created. The ofdee of supervisor of streets, whose ap pointment, duties, qualifications, and term of office shall he as In these or dinances provided, the marshal shall be ex-ofllclo supervisor of Btrects. W. Sec. 63. Duties. " shall be the duly of the supervisor of streets to take charge of all the streets and sidewalks, bridges and culverts In the town and superintend all work done therson, both public and private, whether done under contract or otherwise; provided, that he shall at all times be subject to an act under the directions of the board of trustees. During the progress of any Improvement he shall, al least once a month, report the progress and condition of such Improvement, and...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

1 paid quarterly, In advance, into the town treasury, for each license herein provided for: m Pint, M h manufacturer $100.00 T i Second, ns h retailer 200 mi V Third, as r wholesale dealer 100 00 Sec. 108. Refusal (or Good Cause. Revocation Any application for such license may he ItfWtl for good ause, in the discretion of the board of town trustees, and M MMi IteMM char be granted to any establishment, except a hotel, loonted within three hundred feet of any public school building being uxed for that purpose, or within fifty feet on any theatre, --cT variety theatre, concert hull or like place of amusement, and any lionise V y granted may be revoked by the board of trustees for good MUM, In UN itinner provided by law. Sec. 109. Selling to Minor. Etc. Any person who shall give, sell or Itetwlre dispose of any Intoxlrallng ilrlnk to an insane Or Idiotic person, c any person licensed as herein provided, or any other person, who shall give, sell, or otherwise dispose of any Intoxicating...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

ii i sw 8ec. 187. Tresspass. Any person who shall take down any fence, or let down any ban, or open any Rati- as to expose any enclosure or rld drive or walk across, or lodge, ramp upon, or sleep upon, the pi inn if another, without permission of the owner or occupant thereof, shnl' le guilty of an offense. Sec. 168. Interfering With Officer. Any person who shall Urftr with, resist, molest, or threaten to molest, any ofllrer of this town In the exercise of his official duties, shall be guilty of an offense. Secl89. Driving Sheep Through Street. Every person who drl.es :,uy herd of sheep, consisting of fifty or more head, over or upon any ol the , ub Hc streets of this town, except by permission, and according to the direc tion of the town marshal first, had and obtained, shall be guilt;- of an of Iense. Sec. 170. Opium Den. person shall within the limit:: of this town keep or maintain, or become an Inmate of. or In any manner rqatribttt to the support of any place, house, room, or o...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

I ? $ - "11 WyiAi'tfyvu-! p n.r.a. USEFUL WIRE REEL FOR FARM. Instruction Given for Making Fence tend That Will Be Found Vary Convanlent. 6 Illustrations and directions for H making a reel for fence wire are Riven below. The reel stand consists of one K piece, a, which is a 2x.4 5 feet long. and a second piece, b, which Is a 2x4 I feet long. 11 is spiked near one end of a. Two feet from where b is spiked to a, a bolt ftx8 Inches is driven through a. The reel is formed B of two 2x4s 3 feet long, half lapped In I rJL-ft 1 ft The Real Parts. Of the middle to form a cross. Nine Q inches from the ends of each prong of Wh this cross is set a peg of hardwood l 1x16 inches. 8$ This reel is set on the bolt of the K reel stand with a small block of wood 33 under it, so that it will revolve easily. B Another cross is made by nailing to S gether two pieces of x4-lnch strips, Bft with an oblong hole 9 inches from the E end of each prong. This is slipped K down over the ends of the pegs to .; kee...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

I fsERIAL Jl STORY CJ IHEIzf - SMUGGLER ELLA M1DDLET0N TYBOUT Illustrations by Ray Walten l upjfrliclit. BRVf J. II. I.'ni tl I ,, , 8YNOPSIS. Three Klrle BHjabath. Unbridle nml Kiiw darted for Canada in Hpi-mi t i aummrr there. On board Btcitni.'i llicv war.! frlKlitrmii hy nn apparent h ili-m. m ed stranger, who nnilliiK a biiK l loiurlim to one of them, tank enjnym.nl In h. hi tlnir.liiK u plmli. nl llii' trio. ICIIhi- uliiirvil hnrm.iiir.ii.il ulili a Mm. (irii)inm, iiIhi. bound for Camilla. The yoiinu women cm a KluThlMi.liiK tour met Mr. (Irnliiini, anxloiiMly RwallliiK her hualmml. lin had Jl a niiiul.'i fnr nailing. Thev wit.' I m i-.- 1 duced to Ixird Wilfrid nml .mlv Kdllli A cottar by tbo ooaan was rented i ', the trio for tbo mimin. i Kllzahetii learn. .1 that a frlenil or tier fuller s was to call. Two man called, run- ..r them j helm,- tin- quel r-nctlnK mrium.r on the steamer The :lrl were "not ni limn ." but discovered by the cardu l.n thai .me of tbo men ns Blliabot...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

I THIRD I OPERATION PREVENTED A By LydiaEPinkham's Veg etable Compound Chicago, ill. 'i want to tell yon what Lydla K. Pinkham's VcRetable " Compound did for me. 1 was so sick that two of the best doctors In Chicago said I would die If I did not have an J .aenfaaw ""I operation. I had jm gay already hail two -BPfljV operations, and g they wanted me to SB? 2 t'Wa throuRh a third W ? ri one suffered day a and niRht from in - I (lamination and a , small tumor, and never thought of i' seciiiR a well day .4rtL. a Rain. A friend " --, told meliow l.vdia I E. Pinkham's Veg etable Conipniiud had heljM'd her, and I tried it and after the third bottle was cured." Mrs.ALVENAKPKHLINQ, II Langdon Street, Chicago, 111. If you are ill do not drag along at home or in your place of employment until an operation is necessary, but Ltd Id up the feminine system, and re move the cause of those distressing aches ant1, pains by taking l.vdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs. For ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 June 1909

nil I THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE INDRPENDBNT. J A.Wixom, . . Editor HTl.l Mir : Telephone No 52 BaUrsd sssnsH ihn matter Psbrusry 17. ISO, at ths post At at Garland. UUh. unrtf r tfc Art of Oobt crfstawhs. lt7. Subscribers who tail to receive their papers regularly, please notify this office SATURDAY, JUNE 8l, 19W Local Happenings. R. L. Bush went to Salt Lake ThurB- Idsy. Mis Luclla Fife wu a Brigham visitor i Thursday. " Mrs. E. V. Schneider was an Ogden visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Mantioa Jensen spent U Sunday in Brigham City. W. L. Grover was in the state capital on business Wednesday. The Champions go to Layton . . today to play a friendly game of base ball. (Mrs. H, Boyd drove over to Dewey ville Monday to visit sf relatives. Mrs. Eph Coombs and child- ren are visiting relatives in Pay Cj soo, Utah. Co Couiniasioner A. W. Val entine of Biighatr was here last Saturday. Joseph Jensen was transacting business in the capital of Cache County Monday. A fine daughter was born to t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

I I , l I' I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET B Vol.4. No5fe Published at Oorloncl, lltuh. Saturday, July 3, 1909 1 1 HURRAH FORj 1 THE FOURTH! I Garland, Brig- I ham, Dewey & I Corinrse Cele- I orate Monday, July 5th: Field- I ing Celebrates I Today, July 3rd. H Tremont Should Have a Sunday Celebration to I Cap the Climax. H Garland'i celebration will be H a "hummer," beginning at the H- peep of day ly the firing of B' Brians, hoisting the Stars ami H Stripes and Music by East (Jar- land's Military Band. Free H . dance for the children at the I "V hall from 1 to 4 p. in. The H afternoon attractions are: Foot ' racing, wrestling, jumping, I children!1 sports, tug of war D between the reds and whites, H hig hase hall (cup) game Field H ing vs. Garland, all to be pulled I oft at the city park. H After the sports comes exchs ing horse races on South Main ' street and the day's doings will H conclude with a grand hall at B the hall in the evening. Come to Garland to celeb...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

I The Garland Globe M Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH M Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advance) $1.50 B Blx months 7f. H Three months 60 M Advertising rates furnished on ap H plication. B J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Manager U Maud Adams Accorded an Ovation. HI Cambridge;, Mass. The experiment U of producing Schiller's "Mn1d of Or- H leans" beneath starry skies, with closo approarh to the historic details J mm rounding the bright figure of t lie J Fifteenth century, was carried out HH with considerable success Tuesday H night In the Harvard stndlmn by Mlsl Maude Adams of Salt Lake City and HH a company numbering about 2.000 per HH sons. Miss Adams was accorded an IV ovation at the end of the perform J B o OLD BEAMS FOR ORGAN PIPES HH Mellowed Into Condition, Wood Is HH Then Perfect for Producing H Tonal Effect. HH "Organ pipes," says a well-known HH builder, "are made of the best while HI pine and the older and better sea- soned the wood, the better the qual- HH ity ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

r BirziiA mDDuroiwTYBmr COrHr t07 Br jO WVfWT CO - V" -- 3 -V. nVSTUATZD BY JQS J RAY WALTERS -,rfSS I f l 1H-- ---- -fc rt I - - - - "" SYNOP9IS. Three Klrls Elisabeth, Oiibrlell,. ami Mine started for Cumuli) to Rpcn.l the niinim i then On board steamer they were frightened by an appiucntlv dement- imI stranger, who MnciiiiK u IIIK belonalni to one of them, took enjoyment in nrru- tlnlzliiK 11 photo of the trtO. Kline shared tier stateroom with a Mrs. (iriihum also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs Graham, anxiously awaiting her hushanil. who hail a nnnlii for Mailing. Thev were Intro clured tn ,nn Wllfrlil anil Ku.lv K.llth. a cottage tv the ocean hum rented hy th- trio for the Hummer Elisabeth learned that Mend of her father's was to erall. Two men called, one of them being the que. ractlng stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered liv the cardie left that one of the men wtis Elisabeth's father's trlrnd. The men proved to...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT B J A. Wimim, . Kdilor mikI Mnpr. H Telephone No 52 JJH One yciir (in NdTHlin.') ' '" fl Six BH Three mom In ... .... JJfl Advcri i- Kites f n 1 11 K In I Oil i I - H Kntrrcil an wmiml nliU mutter February 17, H 1!K)9. at tin- lOHt office Ht Garlnml. Utah, under fl the Art ,'f OonffMn of Marc h 3, 1S7JI. pH SubscrPM'is who fall to receive their H papen regularly, pleaac notify thle office H How do yon like the appear- H ance f this issue of the Globe H with its new head and the "- H oolumn size.' Heretofore we H have only printed two pages at H home. This week we liiive H blossomed out with 4 pages nil H home jiriut. We believe our H advertising patrons and sub H Hcribers will he much hotter sat- H iefled with the ."-column 4-page H than the fi-eolumn 2-pape paper. H We will continue using the pat- H ent inside, which is well filled H with inseresting news matter, H .continued stories, etc. Our local H news items make the 4th and 5th H pages spicy a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

D S ! O H P General Merchandise, mhwwiiiwih nl Tremont, Utah. Fr?ST The store that gives the BKST GOODS for the I.KAST MONEY. SCOVO To satisfy the demands of our customers at a profit thai will justify you to denl with us. We Rive away In PREMIUMS, to please you all, ONE HALF of the profits we Me makiug iu our business TRY TRADING WITH US! You will soon sec where you are SAVING MONEY. We are complete in Every Line X SHOES A SPECIALTY. t Truly Yours D. S. LOHR, Tremont, Utah. I The TremOnt J Wholesale and Retail I I Liquor House I winesouors nJO I G.A.Woodward, Prop. j CIGARS I SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES, 1 Case of Beer $3.50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate 1 Barrel Bottled Beer S10.50 On Return of Bottles $3.00 Rebate. And Everything Else in Proportion. This include iteckcr's Rest and Fisher's Salt Uke Reel. We also handle PARST and BLUE RIBBON Beer PLEASE CALL AND SEE US. FARMERS CASH UNION g A car load of McCormick headers, binders, mowers YX and rakes just arrived from the fa...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

H 1 1 f AND HOW f I ' L ! INDEPENDENCE B . X MY young days," Mid sfl - "Jjr Crnndiiunl Mary, "girls H jSttii) (ll(ln'' want In go H Mrm'.mK with (he boys to play B ftSI ' n ' " '' " " Ml,r5 sfl TrtfT'LJ sll"ol '"'' head and B cZJ'A ror'u(! I :' i M -. look H nnllBHnT '"K )V,'r '"'r Hl"'('tnrliH H 51 nl Qreodnlece Mary, 7 W'ho was doubled up in H n discontented honp in a corner of the rose-scented veranda. I "It isn't the IOMf," wailed Mary, H disconsolately, "It's a race -a Fourth of .July race that I want to go In." H "Dear, dear child, you'll get yourself H all heated up if you flounce about like H that, nnd so you would In a race We'll go and see the boys, and you can wear B your pretty new white dress," com H mented Grandaunt Mary, calmly, with H no idea of further rebellion which she was arousing In her greatniece's 1 lu-ia- I "I don't want to be dressed up," H Mary was beginning in a still greater H outburst of revolt, when she was in H terrupted by a new arrival a thin H girl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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